Creighton dentist treats nation’s best pro hockey team
For nine seasons, Denver-based Dan Selner, BA’85, DDS’89, has served as the team dentist for the Colorado Avalanche, the NHL team that recently won this season’s Stanley Cup championship.
75 years at Creighton
With 63 years as a Creighton professor and 12 years before that as a high school, undergrad or dental student, Bill Carlisle, DDS’58, has been at the University for more than half its history. This month, he retired.
Creighton dentist landed role in ‘Top Gun: Maverick’
How a Creighton dentist rode into the Danger Zone, became an extra in 'Top Gun: Maverick' and met Tom Cruise.
The first American Indian dentist in the nation
Creighton alumnus George Blue Spruce Jr., DDS’56, is the first American Indian dentist in the nation. Now, at the age of 90, he says his work isn't finished.
How to make an even bigger impact on Giving Day
For Giving Day, Creighton’s annual day of fundraising — Wednesday, March 3 — dozens of our generous donors will match gifts or give additional sums to designated areas through challenge funds.
Endowed chair-holder enriches student experiences in the School of Dentistry
Support from endowed chairs helps the Creighton School of Dentistry to recruit and retain engaged teachers and brilliant scholars who transform the lives of Creighton students.
For Creighton dentist, hope knows no bounds
Dr. Robinson credits his Creighton mentors for helping him navigate the initial hurdles of dental school and pushing him to succeed. He is grateful for the multiple scholarships that allowed him to follow his dream of becoming a dentist.
That time Creighton dentists gave a leopard a root canal in downtown Omaha
Fun fact: Creighton's dental school has a bit of a reputation for forming pioneers in the field of wild-animal dentistry.
Collaborative care at the root of a great dental education
A physician walks into the Creighton dental school … The physician — head and neck cancer surgeon Thomas Dobleman, MD — is showing Creighton dental students how to spot malignancies from clavicle to cranium.
Dental alumni surprise classmate at 50th reunion
The School of Dentistry Class of ’69 floored Frank Dowd, DDS’69, when they revealed they’d raised $34,000 to name an exam room in the dental building’s Collaborative Care Suite after him.